In 1997, almost all you could hear all over the media, radio, TV, and topping the charts was the amazing song Torn, by Natalie Imbruglia.
We all heard the song for the first time and after that, we learned about Natalie Imbruglia.
She is an Australian artist, a great singer and songwriter, and actress.
Natalie Imbruglia was born in February 1975 in Sydney and she has been active in the music industry since 1992.
Natalie Imbruglia began her musical career in the pop-rock genre with her single Torn, in 1997.
The song was written by Scott Cutler, Anne Preven, and Phil Thornalley and was also produced by the latter. It belongs to the alternative pop, pop and pop rock music genres and was released under the RCA label.
Torn is known as Imbruglia’s debut single, as her version peaked at number one all over the world, including countries like Canada, Denmark, the US, Spain, and many more.
The song became a worldwide hit. Natalie Imbruglia received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance with the song.
The original version of the free Torn piano sheet music has a length of 4:04 minutes and was released in October 1997.
It also has an acoustic version, released in 2001 for MTV Unplugged.
The song was really loved by the public and critics and was considered to be a "shuffling, acoustic-lined rocker".
The free Torn piano sheets have a really sad story behind them. They are about a woman who found the perfect man, but shortly after she realizes that he wasn’t really that good for her.
She is so upset that she is "lying naked on the floor", she is torn, cold, and shamed.
The critics say that the story might have been about a lover of Anne Preven, who wrote the song, but she has never admitted to being like this.
The music video for the song was directed by Alison Maclean, and it is a very interesting video.
It is made out of intercutting off-action scenes filmed in an apartment and is part acting, part outtake, and it transmits a very intimate feeling.
The angle is never changed during the video and it seems like all is very natural with Natalia Imbruglia singing directly in the filming camera.
Torn is among the most famous songs, so it would be nice if you could play it at your piano at home